A Couple of things before you leave…

We are delighted you have decided to join us this year for yet another spectacular PNW event here in the beautiful setting of historic Fort Casey.

A couple of things you will need to know.  Camp Casey is a dorm style lodging not a hotel.  Bathrooms are shared. There will be no soap, shampoo or conditioner available.  Please include them with your personal toiletries.

The website suggests bringing sleeping bags.  It might be a good idea if you get cold. The site does not provide sleeping bags, bedding, pillows, blankets, or reading lights. There will be linen packages available and provided for you.  Please return them to the Company Quarters H when checking out.

For those of you arriving early on Thursday you will be responsible for your own breakfast. The Keystone café is a five to seven minute walk from the conference centre. They open at 8am and serve breakfast sandwiches, pastries and muffins.

If you signed up early for Thursday night you will have a breakfast voucher for Thursday breakfast in Mess hall A on site.  You will receive it at check in.

Our opening ceremonies will be at 8:30 and the tournaments will begin at 9.

We are looking forward to seeing you all there.

When and where

August 21-23rd. Camp Casey Conference Center, located in historic Fort Casey on Whidbey Island.  
What’s going on?
PNW features Historical European Martial Arts classes, workshops and tournaments. Our list of instructors has been updated with more being added soon.  Keep checking back to see who is new.
Pricing and Registration
BIG News!  PNW is having a sale!  Celebrating Canada day and the Fourth of July this week only we will be offering a limited number of sale priced full meal deal registrations. Please check out our registration page for more information.    Please note it may take a few seconds for the page to load.  We thank you for your patience. 
The gathering started in 2010 as an event for Pacific Northwest HEMA Alliance member affiliates and groups in the Pacific Northwest to not only meet and train with one another, but also to grow as a community. There were a dozen participants at that time. 2011 had a bigger venue overlooking the Pacific Ocean, more than doubling the number of participants and adding instructors. In 2012 a larger venue was chosen in Leavenworth, WA again doubling the participants, and adding nationally known instructors and vendors. We hope to continue to grow and attract participants and instructors from outside the region. As always participants from ANY location or affiliation are invited to register and participate.